COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AWARD FOR RACE, RELIGION & FAITH –
Now more than ever, we need organisations who inspire, facilitate and give options to young Muslims in the UK. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) is an auxiliary body of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association with a membership of 8,000 young British Muslims. AMYA has more than 130 branches and is the UK’s largest and leading Muslim youth organisation and charity. It is committed to the spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical development of young Muslims and runs a regular programme of structured activities for the youth with a mix of academic, sporting, social welfare and charitable works which keeps its members engaged. Examples of their extraordinary work include planting over 155,000 trees,19,500 lives saved through blood donations, over 60,000 homeless people fed, generating over £2.5 million for a number of British charities, and providing 350 volunteers across the country during the recent UK floods amassing a whopping 7,400 man hours.
SHARING IS CARING!